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Two Moroccan cyclists missing in Burkina Faso

The Association of Tourist Cyclists of Souss-Massa has launched an appeal on social networks concerning the disappearance of two Moroccan cyclists in Burkina Faso. The last news of two cyclists dates back to 1 month.

In an appeal addressed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, Moroccans Living Abroad at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Burkina Faso, the association asks for their intervention to launch a search for the two Moroccan cyclists.

The two Moroccans, Abderraham Serhani, originally from Oulouz in the province of Taroudannt, and Driss Fatihi, from Ait Milk in Chtouka, have not given any news on their social networks since March 29.

They had left the city of Dakhla in the direction of Mauritania and had to travel to many African countries by bicycle.

On March 29, when the two Moroccans last posted on Facebook, Driss Fatihi posted a video in which he said he was in Côte d’Ivoire and heading for Burkina Faso.

A campaign on social networks, accompanied by photos of two Moroccans, is taking place at the moment to call for the intervention of Moroccan diplomatic representations in African countries to find the two cyclists and find out under what circumstances they disappeared, by issuing hope to find them safe and sound.

Burkina Faso is a country that has been facing great political and security instability since 2015 with the entry of jihadists. In 2022, the country experienced two coups. The north of the country, in particular, is completely outside state control and is often the scene of mass killings of civilians.



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